I’m pleased to be back with new publications, enriched, that you discover in the coming weeks.
Here also a new poetic letter entitled: Healthy Crusades
A leper is more beautiful
That his tortuous mind
When evil is spreading
Slyly, in the meeting
In writing and in action
Shamelessly, the righteous
We all have a role
That of combat and denounce
Whoever continues her falsehoods?
As of endless crimes
Some are silent and wallow
Without any shame (…)
The rest of this new poetic letter is on the site of poetry: The free thoughts
You will also find the new schedule of publications from October to December. You discover new enriched versions, before the first publication in the Calendar of joelleauteur
Much thanks for your fidelity.
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Day 58 /365
I came across one of the PAWN Art Work. Pawn is a muralist residing in Jersey City that specializes in freehand aerosol graffiti and street art themed work. For nearly 15 years, Pawn has been mastering his craft. Pursuing his passion to leave behind a body of work that the public can freely view, enjoy, and gain inspiration from. ( http://www.pawnmd.com )
Interesting Fact: The word graffiti comes from the Greek word ‘graphein’ which means ‘to write’. Graffiti was first found on ancient Roman architecture, although back in them days there was no such thing as spray paint, they calved images out on walls. ( http://www.thefactsite.com/2009/10/facts-about-graffiti.html )
Guest post by John Shields
A highlight of the Baltimore Book Festival this weekend will surely be chef John Shields’ discussion of his charming new book from JHU Press, Chesapeake Bay Cooking with John Shields, 25th anniversary edition (on Saturday at 12:30 p.m., at the Food for Though Stage). And if you have any doubts as to his qualifications to be the one-and-only “Mr. Crabcake,” read this wonderful excerpt from his book.
Paris may have its foie gras, New Orleans its gumbo, and Spain its paella, but the folks living along the shores and far-reaching tributaries of the Chesapeake Bay have their own signature dish: the crab cake. No dish is more closely associated with the Chesapeake and the blue crab than the mighty crab cake.
When asked to describe their aquatic culinary prize, locals are hard-pressed to come up with a concise description. “Well, hon, it…
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